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Nigel N. T. Li

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Nigel N. T. Li is a practicing attorney specializing in dispute resolution and international arbitration, media law, human and civil rights, international litigation and constitutional law. He is also an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Law of Soochow University and the Department of Political Science of National Taiwan University. He teaches Constitutional Law, Human Rights, ADR and International Arbitration.


While serving as the Chairman of the Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei, from 2007 to 2014, Nigel was instrumental in raising the quality of transnational arbitration and enhancing cross-Taiwan Strait and international exchanges. He is also registered as an arbitrator with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.


Nigel is steadfast in his commitment to pro bono work. He sat on the Board of the Judicial Reform Foundation and his determination to preserve human rights and justice drove and sustained his many petitions for the Grand Justices' interpretation of the Constitution.

學歷

專業領域

Civil Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration; Public Law Dispute Resolution: Constitutional Litigation, Public Law Litigation; Telecommunications and Media; Government Contracts

經歷

Former President, Taipei Bar Association
Honorary Chairman, Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei
Former Chairman, Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law
Member, Presidential Advisory Committee on Human Rights
Secretary-General, The ROC Constitutional Law Society
Chairman of the Editorial Board, The CAA Arbitration Journal
Editor, Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs

資格

Admitted to State Bar of California (1986) (inactive)
Admitted to Taiwan Bar Association (1981)

Distinguished Alumnu Soochow University
Honory Chairman Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei

2019 Taiwan Arbitration Update, pp. 177-183
Asian Dispute Review
2019 Chapter 3:Asian Values, Confucian Tradition and Human Rights
Taiwan and International Human Rights
2019 Challenges And Fascination: A Message To Neophytes In The Arena Of Arbitration
Contemporary Asia Arbitration Journal Vol.12 No.1
2019 憲法訴訟法在司法制度上的重大突破
在野法潮41期
2019 Asian Values, Confucian Tradition and Human Rights, pp. 33–50
Taiwan and International Human Rights
2013 Cutting the Gordian Knot: Applying Article 16 of the ICCPR to End Capital Punishment, pp. 209-228
Capital Punishment: New Perspectives

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2021 The 76th Judicial Festival Symposium
TAIWAN BAR ASSOCIATION (the first session)
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